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Monona, WI 53713

Meet our Team

The staff at Evolution Body Transformation are passionate about helping you achieve your maximum potential – shedding unnecessary pounds and inches, revealing beautiful skin, and diminishing the signs of aging, all in a healthy environment with minimally invasive yet effective techniques.



Stacy Shropshire, P.Sc.D.


Stacy Shropshire, P.Sc.D.:

Dr. Stacy Shropshire,P.Sc.D. is the owner of Evolution Body Transformation. After gaining unwanted weight after the birth of her children, Dr. Stacy has been on a mission to find effective, minimally invasive therapies to help people lose weight, tighten and tone skin, diminish scars and stretch marks, and minimize the effects of aging. She has found this work to be immensely rewarding as people get healthier, they look better and feel more confident. Dr. Stacy enjoys boating, scuba diving, dancing, reading, cooking, and most of all spending time with her husband of sixteen years, Scott, her 13-year-old son, Spencer, and 10-year-old daughter, Savannah.

Dr. Stacy is conventionally trained and has a Doctorate Degree from Palmer College, with post graduate studies in natural health care. She strongly believes that an effective system of healthcare is one that blends spiritual, emotional, and physical insights with science in a system described as “Pastoral Medicine.” The services provided at Evolution Body Transformation are regulated by the Pastoral Medical Association. For more information visit www.pmai.us.

Dr. Stacy has been listed in Who’s Who, has received the Women’s Choice Award from Wisconsin Women Magazine, has been nationally featured on ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox for her innovative work in weight loss as a Top Performer of 2014, has been featured in both Madison Magazine and Brava Magazine and is a 2015 Madison Athena Award nominee.





Angela McIntosh


Angela McIntosh:

Angela is a licensed Cosmetologist with over 10 years of experience in the beauty industry. Originally starting in hair care, Angela made a career shift and joined the team at Evolution Body Transformation two years ago. Angela has been awarded advanced certifications in medical skin care from Neocutis and PCA, she is trained and certified in laser hair removal, micro-needling, Venus Legacy radio-frequency, microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, and body wraps. Hands down, Angela’s favorite service is micro-needling, after seeing the fantastic results she is getting from helping people diminish acne scarring, stretch marks or other scar tissue. Angela serves as salon manager for our med spa.





Rebecca Tucker


Rebecca Tucker:

Rebecca is new to our staff at Evolution Body Transformation, but not new to aesthetics. She has been specializing in skin care for the last three years. Rebecca was first introduced to aesthetics as a teen trying to deal with cystic acne. Impressed on how much of a positive change this made in her life she went on to purse a degree from Janesville’s Academy of Advanced Esthetic. Rebecca brings her passion for working with acne clients to our practice. She holds advanced certifications for facial peels from PCA, Dermalogica, Neocutis and Biopeels. She is skilled with microdermabrasion and extractions. Rebecca also loves helping people rid unwanted hair–she is very comfortable with waxing all parts of the body for male and female clients and is certified in laser hair removal.





Grisel West


Grisel West:

We are so lucky to have Grisel running the front desk at our med spa. Friendly, organized and able to handle twenty things at once, all while smiling and treating our clients like gold, Grisel is a fireball of activity. Grisel grew up in Mexico and came to the United States in an exchange program for nannies. She never intended to stay long-term, but met the man of her dreams and has happily transitioned into life in America. She holds a college degree in language, so also acts as a translator for us with our diverse client base.



*Results may vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as typical. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.